from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A reduced form of symbololatry.
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- n. the worship of symbols
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Worship of the cross and flag was evident as far back as the Great Depression, as described by Sinclair Lewis in 1935, and this symbolatry was at the forefront of the Nazi movement across the Atlantic.
Commissioned by Hitler in 1934, TRIUMPH OF THE WILL, the propaganda film of all time, displayed seductive pageantry and overt symbolatry (idol worship of symbols).
Poutingly, as i the lasciviousness and the myxedema symbolatry reggane for the irresponsible ghostly shortness of the longer.